MALICE IN WONDERLAND To Release Debut In September
Norwegian dark rockers MALICE IN WONDERLAND will release their self-titled debut album in early September through Karisma Records. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:
01. Lucifer's Town
03. My Heart (Belongs To You)
04. Perfect Drug
05. The Sadsong
06. Heartache Boulevard
07. Redrose Suicide
08. Dancing With You
09. Nightclub, Sin & Decadence
10. I Love To Sin
MALICE IN WONDERLAND recently began shooting a video for the song "Lucifer's Town". "So far everything has worked out very well and the band is really excited about it," the group write in a press release. "The video will be ready for the public in August, a month or so before the album release."
MALICE IN WONDERLAND's last release was a four-song EP, entitled "Sin & Decadence" (2002). Three full-length cuts from the EP ("Nightclub, Sin & Decadence", "Dancing With You" and "My Heart Belongs To You") plus two brand-new pre-production/demo clips ("Devildance", "Perfect Drug") can be downloaded at this location.
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